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Game of Thrones : The Poster Collection – Wear it like armor

by 1 month ago

I bet if I stopped somebody on the street and asked them to hum the theme to Game of Thrones they’d likely look at me like I’d lost my mind.  …

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Blackbeard the Lost Journal – a semi-fictional trip into the world of Edward Teach

by 1 month ago

We are rapidly approaching the launch of the next chapter in the Assassin’s Creed series; furling our sails to make landfall in Revolutionary France. But Ubisoft isn’t quite done with …

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Art of Watch Dogs book – an incomplete look behind the curtain

by 2 months ago

If you read my review of Watch Dogs you know that I enjoyed the hacking culture of the game quite a bit. It, like other Titan Books productions, is a …

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The Last of Us Poster Collection review

by 5 months ago

The Last of Us was a fantastic achievement in storytelling and art direction – in fact, we liked it so much that we named it 2013’s Game of the Year. …

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The Elder Scrolls Online: The Poster Collection – a beatiful war of nations

by 5 months ago

Readers of Gaming Trend are pretty well aware that I’m a sucker for game artwork - it’s why I buy Collector’s Editions of games. It’s not the awesome figures (though …

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Larger than life – The Art of Titanfall

by 8 months ago

Right around the corner is easily the most anticipated Xbox One title that we know. While Microsoft and the third-party partners prep for E3, GDC, SXSW, and more, the team …

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The Art of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – beautiful savagery

by 11 months ago

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag is gorgeous on the next-generation platforms, and recently you’ve had the chance to see it for yourself. For those who haven’t, I can assure you …

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Stay Awhile and Listen – the first chapter of Blizzard’s empire

by 12 months ago

If you’ve ever trolled through the official Battle.net forums, you likely understand what I mean when I say “reading the blue posts.”  Well, author David L. Craddock did that, and …

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